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- An Americanist studies North America, American culture or American language. Americanist may refer to: Americas: a linguist specializing in the indigenous...
- Americanist phonetic notation, also known as the North American Phonetic Alphabet (NAPA), the Americanist Phonetic Alphabet or the American Phonetic Alphabet...
- Review with attacks. Many powerful Vatican authorities also opposed the "Americanist" tendency. However, Pope Leo XIII was reluctant to chastise the American...
- experience of people of Hispanic ancestry in the United States. Latin Americanists consider a variety of perspectives and employ diverse research tools...
- by linguists. Some American linguists, however, use a mix of IPA with Americanist phonetic notation or use some nonstandard symbols for various reasons...
- The Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers (CLAG) was formed in 1970 to foster geographic education and research on Latin America. A board of directors...
- International Phonetic Alphabet is ⟨t͡ɬ⟩ (often simplified to ⟨tɬ⟩), and in Americanist phonetic notation it is ⟨ƛ⟩ (barred lambda). Features of the voiceless...
- g., Rankin et al. 2015), Americanist phonetic transcriptions are the norm, so IPA *ʃ is Americanist *š, IPA *j is Americanist *y, and so on. The major...
- Anti-Americanism (also called anti-American sentiment) is prejudice, fear or hatred of the American government, its foreign policy, or the American people...
- 21, 2010. McAvoy, Thomas T. (1959). "The Catholic Minority after the Americanist Controversy, 1899–1917". Review of Politics. 21 (1): 53–82. doi:10...
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